Here it is, guys. The End. It’s been a wild crazy ride and I want to thank everyone for reading and reviewing! This will be the end for this particular story, don’t look for a sequel. I can guarantee that there won’t be one coming. This has been fun, but this particular venture has reached its conclusion. Thank you again! Title:
Epilogue 100/100 Author:
PG TtH Prompt:
#88 Ring Fandom/Theme:
Buffy/Stargate SG-1 Wordcount:
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Takes place in season nine of SG-1, so definitely new characters and situations. Plus anything before is fair game. Everything of Buffy is fair game. A/N:
This was written for the tth100. Hopefully, all of these entries will be loosely linked together. Series:
The story comes to an end. Epilogue
Cameron looked around the restaurant table in their reserved private room and was grateful to see that all of their friends had made it. Daniel and Vala were seated across from him despite her being nine months pregnant. General Landry and his daughter Carolyn Lam sat at the other end involved in a strange conversation with Faith. Dawn sat on the other side of Buffy and the sisters were giggling over something.
There had been a lot of changes at the SGC in the past three years and most of them had occurred in the last year. Daniel and Vala had gotten married and she left the team so they could start a family. He had never seen her more happy. Daniel remained at the SGC but no longer went off-world on missions.
Buffy had been given her own SG team to command shortly after Daniel and Vala got married. In a surprising move, she had recruited several slayers and her team took many of the high-risk missions. Faith had also been hired and given a team of slayers. Between the two of them, they had scored some heavy hits against the Ori and they were starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Of course, this had meant he’d had to rebuild SG-1 again. The new team was good, real good, but he still missed the closeness of the original team.
There was an upside to all of the changes. Since he and Buffy were no longer on the same team they could be more open about their relationship. While they never flaunted it on-base, they no longer hid it either. It made it possible for him to initiate the next step in their relationship.
This was it. All of the pieces were in place and it was time to make his move.
Cameron stood and called for everyone’s attention. “I want to thank everyone for coming tonight. It’s not often we all get together like this anymore. If someone had told me three years ago that when I transferred to this program that I would be dating a slayer, be best man at a teammate’s wedding to an alien, and would learn about what really goes on when the sun goes down I probably would have laughed in their face. Just goes to show how much I know,” he said a bit ruefully over the chuckles of his friends.
“However, I’d like to change one of those statements now.” His blue eyes twinkled as he moved his gaze to the beautiful blonde next to him. “Buffy, I have to say you’re the most infuriating woman I’ve ever had the luxury of knowing. You’re stubborn, argumentative, and take some of the craziest risks. But you’re also fiercely loyal, caring, and considerate.”
Buffy blushed at everyone’s smiles. “You’ve saved my ass more time than I can count. You bravely face not only the worst of what this world offers but what the universe in general throws at you. And you do it all with dignity and grace. But more importantly, you’ve enriched my life. I’m so
lucky that not only have you accepted my love, but you return it.”
He reached into his coat pocket and removed a small black box and got down on one knee. “I’ve never met anyone who has challenged me like you do and I don’t think I’d ever forgive myself if I let you go. Buffy, will you marry me?”
Buffy’s hazel eyes misted as she looked at the antique ring nestled safely in the box. She looked up at Cameron’s hopeful face and she swallowed heavily against the lump in her throat. “Yes,” she barely managed to whisper. She swallowed again and forced herself to speak loud enough for everyone to hear.
“Yes, Cameron. Nothing could make me happier than marrying you.” ~finis~